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  1. #78322012-01-20 07:39:35momo said:

    So a classic-style RPG that is already reproduced in the form of Adventure Quest is much better than a stunning, free-roam Western RPG?

    While yes, this is all opinions, I am finding your viewpoint harder to agree with than some of @Lethn's.

  2. #78452012-01-20 09:31:36momo said:

    I play the PS3 version, and have yet to find any such "game breaking bugs".

    As far as creative, you have to be fucking kidding me. It is a cookie-cutter knockoff of many classic dungeon RPGs, with less meet. Remember "Might and Magic"? Take out the free movement, and you have the TI-84 "Skyrim". It is hardly even connected to the world of Skyrim, save for a few cameos. Without that, it is hardly "great" from a gaming standpoint, but more entertaining from a tinkering one.

    Now, retaining much of the great parts of it's prequel is not a bad thing. Assassin's Creed, Devil May Cry, Arkham, and many others have done the same. It's a sequel, in the same world. Naturally there will be some parallels, don't ya think?

    tl;dr: You're being too harsh on a great game, only because it doesn't stray too far from it's prequel. Had there been no prequel, it'd still be amazing.

    Back to the topic at hand, I must say I am pleasantly surprised. I had a stint with the TI-83Silver, threw a couple games on it, and even wrote a little tic-tac-toe game for it. I didn't know this "scene" was still pumping out great things.